BarCap ups outlook for EU carbon prices

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Research note says price of EUAs will rise 10 per cent during 2010 as industrial firms hedge bets ahead of phase three

Despite a sluggish start to the year that this week saw the price of EU carbon emission permits hit a nine-month low, Barclays Capital (BarCap) yesterday predicted that the market will enjoy a modest recovery...

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